336. That's the number of days since Missouri has played a true road game. The Tigers last played an actual road game on Nov. 14 (beating Kansas State in Manhattan), and since then, have played three neutral site games (Kansas, Navy in the Texas Bowl, and Illinois) and five home games (Iowa State in 2009 plus four games this season). The game against Texas A&M is also the first time the Tigers will have left the state of Missouri for a game this season. It'll be a long way home for Mizzou, but in talking to the players on Monday, the team (including Blaine Gabbert and T.J. Moe, in particular) seems to genuinely enjoy playing on the road. Missouri went 4-1 on the road a season ago and hasn't lost multiple road games in a season since 2006. In the years since, Missouri is 9-3 on the road, with all three losses to ranked teams.-- This week's SBN KC primer, complete with 100 percent more Skateboard Dog.